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    Medical Benefits after Retirement

    I'm one of the newer folks here. Now that the Mod has cleaned up a bit I will visit. Thank you!

    I've been listening to two current Lt's that are close to retirement. I think one of them monitors this forum. I know I've heard them both complain that the cost of Medical Insurance is through the roof. Is this common throughout all the PD's and SO's? that freaking sucks!

    It would be nice to look into a group retirement for Retired LEO's? Does this exist already through FLSA, FOP, PBA or some other private health provider.

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    I would suggest doing it it works good. You may need to retire first

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    I believe that our policy is combined with other countt employees. Just adding to the discussion. That’s all I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOD 673 View Post
    I believe that our policy is combined with other countt employees. Just adding to the discussion. That’s all I know.
    So if this is true, why hasn't an email or memo from Hall been sent??? I'm calling buuullllllllll shat!! Hall is no longer in office.

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    This has always been the case. SRSO doesn't have its own individual plan...where have you been?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy Chop View Post
    So if this is true, why hasn't an email or memo from Hall been sent??? I'm calling buuullllllllll shat!! Hall is no longer in office.

    "What night beyond to thee, but the indulgenth ougth nougth bought upon thy bosom"- Unknown
    Ok, so you had how much to drink?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOD 673 View Post
    This has always been the case. SRSO doesn't have its own individual plan...where have you been?
    Judging by their post, Mod, my guess would be the Liquor Store? hehehehe 😁😎
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod 732 View Post
    Judging by their post, Mod, my guess would be the Liquor Store? hehehehe 😁😎
    Mod 732 at his finest deleting posts for bashing but does the same.

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    My understanding is we can still jump on the county policy and we have to pay the same amount as we are paying now.

    It would be great if there was a policy just for retired LEO until we reach the age of Medicare. What is everyone's plan when they reach retirement age/service time

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